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Working on Purpose

Working on Purpose

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November 08th 2017:TriggerGive: Putting Your Money to Your Hashtag

Founder Isaac Alfton came up with the TriggerGive idea while attending the IE Business School in Madrid, Spain for his MBA. After one too many annoying political posts showing up on his social media feeds, he decided to do something about it. After being frustrated at non-stop political cheap shots on his social media feed, instead of replying with a witty comment, he just made a donation to the opposing side. That idea turned into the startup he now heads, which lets users donate directly to non-profits by simply using hashtags on social media.

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Isaac Alfton

Isaac Alfton is TriggerGive’s founder and CEO has always had an entrepreneurial background. Born and raised in Edina, Minnesota, he attended Baylor University in Texas where he studied International Business and Foreign Affairs. He has also lived and studied in the Middle East and recently finished his MBA from a top ranked University in Spain, and currently lives in Dallas with his wife and two children.
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